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"dr seeker" Discussed on Detour To Neverland

Detour To Neverland

11:18 min | 5 months ago

"dr seeker" Discussed on Detour To Neverland

"That's a pretty good pick buddy. But I'M GONNA go over to the Animal Kingdom and I'm GonNa say dinosaur either should be taken out or refurbished. I hope I'm not offending anybody. Currently on this podcast. But it just didn't do anything for me when we've been on it Robert. I don't know what you think about it. It's fun but I guess maybe a refurbishment to make some of the animatronic better. I don't know so. Would you want to refurbish that entire? Dislande area or do you want to keep Thailand and just change that right it is pretty carnally. You know it feels like a carnival when you're going over there so I might want to refurbish set whole area. Actually I don't know if America themed and give US Indiana Jones. That's a pretty good idea if you could do that. That'd be great although we are a big fan of having just in general rides that are unique to their parks. So I mean we love having Indiana Jones Disneyland and Disneyworld has things that we don't have here so that's one that's one issue with that I can say ride dinosaur are feel like our motivation by is A. We WanNa see Dr Seeker in a pre show video and be it's almost just like comical the pictures that come out and writing it with people who've never wrote it before. Oh Yeah it's never like I'm really dying to be jostled around acts on it. Yeah it's also it's kind of scary for children. I mean my my daughter's actually. I was really impressed with her this last trip but I could see a child. That's not into that sort of thing or or that maybe is easily spooked being a tough ride for them. Yeah and something. We've been talking about a lot recently on some of our storytelling episodes as source material. That's probably has some of the weakest source material because I would imagine there's nobody under the age of eighteen who has seen dinosaur and it might be even older than that. You haven't seen it in ages. It's been a long time. Maybe Disney plus will change that a lot of time on their hands right now. I watched black cauldron yesterday and there is something I never was able to watch and I finally got to see it. I think I've ever seen it. You'RE NOT MISSING ANYTHING. So next one is what land or area brings you the most inspiration. I'll go I'll go on this say last time. We went to Disneyworld. When we walked through the world showcase. My mind was even more so than the first time we went. I don't know it's my daughter was with me. Or what but my mind was opened in a way that I don't know has happened in the Disney parks. Since maybe like the first time I walked down main street alone like with my with. My parents had that sort of feel for me where when I was a kid and I went with my friends for the first time and we got through the gates and went down main street. Just me and you know Thomas. In a couple of my friends that was sort of mind expanding experience for me and that's the same feeling. I got the last time we went to the world showcase just every turn we took and we didn't even go everywhere unfortunately but my mind was just absolutely it it. It felt like I was expanding like in my mind. It was so great. Maybe maybe you could help me you guys with defining inspiration this one. I have some ideas but I wanNA know exactly which which land to pick. I mean I guess we've never been asked that question. That is a great question for me. It's kind of what Robert just talked about like places that expand your imagination or for me. It's like finding moments of clarity or somewhere And People Watch Areas that I've drawn to let's so then for me that's either main street or fantasy land in Disneyland. I really love. Main Street is probably my favorite classic. The classic land. I don't think you could ever get rid of it really know you alter it. That's right it's it's in for me. It's I don't know it just speaks to me yet. Sparks imagination could sit there and people watch for sure. And I've done it plenty of times. Yes that's my answer. Main Street in Disneyland California. Good one food. Our first one is. What is your favorite snack or your go to snack. Go AHEAD THOMAS. I'm GonNa let you take this okay. So a few things come to mind on our podcast. I've spoken about this peanut butter and Jelly donut. That is has been available the past two years in DCA during the Halloween season and that is certainly fate my favorite. I don't know that you could call it a snack Robert. You know how big it is well just to give you an idea anytime. I recommend this to somebody. That isn't Thomas. They come back and they think I'm a monster. They're like well did you did you. Who did you share this with? I'm like a nobody and they're like okay. We'll I shared it with my husband or my wife. We had to throw it away so it's enormous and it's great but Thomas and I have a different type of eating habits when we're in the park and a lot of people do so okay. I'm not going to pick that one I am going to say a toffee either the squares or the name like the stick things or toffee covered. Pretzels I really love the toffee. Having coffee at Disneyland for me it would probably be the toffee. But I I will say the giant Mickey Cookie. The one where the years are sort of dipped in chocolate and they're they're huge. The those cookies are we in many ways could never forget when your sister did her first Disney College program and we flew down there to drive her back because she can't be trusted to try and we're like pulling away from property and she's crying just like with the giants could use to that. Yeah there's something on the way home. There's something about the those cookies are great Robert. What about the Benes from the jazz kitchen? Yeah does a pretty great too? I was taking this to mean inside the parks. As if you guys haven't tried those in downtown Disney Those are some special too. So you prefer. Those are the ones in New Orleans Square. So there's the quick service ones that are New Orleans Square. Those are those are nothing compared the one jazz kitchen in downtown Disney. Now if you go to Cafe Orleans you can get some comparable than as that our mickey shaped as a dessert item. If you're going to eat benes inside the park they should be at the sit down restaurant Cafe Orleans. So can you be our go to person for the ultimate been Yay rankings? Have you had the ones in Disneyworld at Orleans? No we have not visited Puerto Lanes. Unfortunately I wish maybe next time probably when compare though I know I from what I have heard? I don't think they compare. Yeah but I'm always interested. It's it's hard to find someone who's had them from all of the different locations. I'm going to take that challenge. On the next time we go to Disneyworld. You're going in. December. Yes I think I'm going in December ads and things. If things work out correctly that I'll try them then. Okay well get them then. Go see our friend. Yeehaw Bob at Puerto Lynch Riverside best night of your life this. We'll do marketing it down so sticking with food. What is your favorite table service in favorite quick service restaurants? Recently I've really grown to love lamplight lounge in California adventure day have brench now in that sort of rounded out for me a have a great atmosphere. There's a bunch of Pixar movie posters from different countries. It's a pixar theme is the idea. It's on Pixar. Peer just at the entrance Pixar peer and they have really good food and you can also sit right on the water which I've done a couple of times but the thing that put it over the top is now they offer brunch and it's a great breakfast too so for me. That is the spot for my table. Service I pick carnation cafe on Main Street and Disneyland in California. That to me is fantastic restaurant because yes I love mainstream but also you have to completely different experiences whether you sit outdoors or indoors and people often describe Disneyland is it's got like an intimate feeling because everything's a little bit closer together. It's a smaller. Everything's jam packed into smaller space. And I think that eating at Carnation cafe on Main Street is also intimate experience. Especially if you're if you're outdoors 'cause you can also people watch. You can hear parades go by. The food is good and also inside. You have this completely. I don't know what you'd call it Robert Di Dino with the decor is. Maybe it's Victorian but it's dark maybe Maroon colored on the wall and you have pictures of their sketches of the parks and it's It's really great and that's going to be my table service. Pick so what meal the. It's it's known for breakfast. Is that what you would prefer to have their? Would you do lunch and dinner as well at Coronation Cafe? Yeah I don't. We've had breakfast there one time. It's usually been dinner and the only thing I can remember about the menu for dinner is the that's always. There is the fried pickles. They're famous for that as well. And the in the past we've gotten this Fried Baloney Sandwich That came out first for Pixar fest. I think in after that for what was the most recent one. Rubber wasn't Halloween. I think it was Halloween. Yeah it's it's like a specialty item but even if you think that that sounds not good it it's better than you would think. At least we really liked it. What about Quick Service? I went with the Little Red Wagon. Which is it's kind of carte but it's I mean it's still I think quick service the for those who don't know what has corn dogs but those are the best corn dogs on property and I really enjoy corn dogs. The last time I got one the sort of the outside casing of the you know. The corn dog basically covered the entire stick. I have I had like a quarter of an inch to grab the stick. There's just so much of the of the corn outer casing it was great and That that's someplace that I have to go every single time at go to Disneyland. Now do you guys have any sort of qualifiers for favorite quick service like.

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"dr seeker" Discussed on WORT 89.9 FM

WORT 89.9 FM

17:46 min | 9 months ago

"dr seeker" Discussed on WORT 89.9 FM

"If they read the book closely it should give them plenty of ideas I I know and I also the red orchestra the book I wrote about was about people who studied in medicine in the nineteen twenties and went back to **** Germany's it's about Turner yes of the ball yeah the hard rock are are are good and an older high neck and has good call yeah but also critical because and you know again they were trying so hard to have a peaceful way of addressing their crisis but they didn't have the instruments we have they weren't able to campaign in Kansas and hold elections and and you know engage with their neighbors so if we don't use the instruments at our disposal we don't really have the right to complain well before I go to the next call he just he provokes something in me because I've been thinking a lot about is it is it possible to I'm to win in in peaceful ways through civil disobedience of disobedience and just the power of the masses assuming we can get the masses of side which the masses seem to be over there on you know on the lead counsel national policy but let's assume that we found a way to do that from everything that you've studied the mean do you think the is a possibility the R. P. Skerne peace in peaceful ways couldn't can win in a world do I think it would be possible for this movement could you be be defeated in the next election absolutely okay let's start using some of the legal tools that they have been using so astutely over last toward for decades and again it's a party who currently a question of changing the focus because I don't see any way that we will not have the electoral college a year from now in the November elections it's yeah it's just a fact how do you win the electoral college by focusing on the swing state swing population now let's say that you are someone in rural Wisconsin who feels that the government is not serving you well you don't have information about them what the real policies are nobody really pays much attention to you our my opinion is that civil disobedience and protest and so on in urban areas further alienates them it doesn't engage them it makes them feel threatened so what I feel we need is is a person to person national conversation say we're in this together if if we have polluted air we're all grieving it so how do we fix this and Americans historically can be there I have a lot of ingenuity and they can help generosity if you can find a way to to help connect people and tap into it yeah okay sent fuel on the air hi thanks to the caller really enjoy the show this is a great topic so are used yeah I don't want to necessarily defend the coke brothers because I I think there's something mentally wrong with them I mean almost like a a king in a in a primitive feudal system if he isn't the number one king doesn't matter how much they give an army he has if if there's somebody with a bigger army next door they're going to engage and take over and and destroy a soul I mean to some extent that that mindset does make sense to me that they just keep acquiring and accumulating a lot of their assets could be stranded underground they don't really have fifty billion dollars in cash all of their equipment becomes useless if we could all leave a the oil fossil fuel based economy but but I look at the destruction that they're causing and and I think about my own shoes I I buy shoes made by you know who knows who I meet now do I understand animals are actually intelligent but they still have become a vegetarian so so I don't really feel like solid driving wealthy people or them is a path forward I love what the your your your auto just said about you know connecting people individual to individual realizing we're really not a great species zero no we're not all kind and and if we really do need a better system and and I don't know really you know whether that within this system you think we just keep reaching out and trying it plugging away and and things get better or do we really need a different system like what A. O. C. might say we need to break down the current system entirely you will leave and and that this is a discussion I and a bunch of people had in their final go party earlier this week about what can we do as individuals and how old is he does it matter to what degree does it matter or Ole Ole how do we really work full is systemic change so and last question about that before we get back to some of the other issues that you could really new book yeah I think that the difficulty or the challenge before us is to redefine the the the political language that that these populations have been afflicted with so so you know what this movement does your call call leaders who oppose them the radical left and they see that they want to have that socialism is like Venezuela modern day Venezuela is not socialism is it it's a dictatorship and you know it you they they're just being misled but how do you go back and have a conversation about real things how do you say to people Hey is it are you okay with kids not having medical care because I'm not you know we're we're not who we are and and so I think part of the problem with the Democrats is that over the years and I'm include Hillary Clinton and that the language becomes more abstract more policy oriented more studded with statistics and theories and less capable of connecting to people in human language you know where do we and and I totally agree about your your callers comment about how we think in bigger terms about climate and environment and and the future but we can't do that for the next year until we figure out how to reverse the current course of events yeah in and am those definitely big fear that things might won't change this coming year and that's just a very very scary thought but but again let's get back to you'll Booker asking yeah can I just say they want change of people sit on their hands and wait for someone else to do it now you're guaranteed not to change yeah but he has something some influence in their life that they can exert and the question for us our moment of truth is are you going to do something or you can sit back and blame everybody else for for for not doing anything rates and and you know just don't own that point you'll dedication at the beginning of the book is full my friends and full my full of the country and I think you write th the United States sees is at the valley difficult dangerous moment and we do need to we do know each of us need to do what we can and also so the believe you'll please two books about the **** period and you know that the next book you wrote after two to about the **** period is this is shadow network could do you see similarities do you see things the reminiscent of what you've learned writing these other two books absolutely I've been really haunted by by what I learned researching red orchestra because the people in that anti **** movement saw the disaster coming and they formed their resistance network in nineteen thirty five when they saw that the Nuremberg laws against the Jews happening and they had Jewish friends some of them had Jewish relatives we know we don't accept it we're going to do something and they get and many of them gave their lives for it when they didn't have to they could have written out the period in a position of privilege and they decided to do what they could and the same thing happened in occupied Paris in my last book Suzanne's children people who could have been bystanders and and just pointed the finger at other people decided to take action and Suzanne Spaak the center central character said you know something has to be done to on behalf of the Jewish children infoset your shows and you don't so I I get very impatient with people who are are passive and say why don't they do something and you said Dr seekers date yeah yeah well so again back to the book the this C. N. P. R. partially at least originated in the conservative resurgence over the southern Baptist church what is that and how how did the two or G. and let's talk a little more about the role of the church and how each has been affecting people especially in the south but really not only yeah so the southern Baptist church was born in the eighteen forties when it split off from the American Baptist church and the debate was over slavery the the national Baptist church said that slave owners could not be old certain offices in the church and the southern Baptist said we don't accept that and they split off and the Southern Baptist Convention which is what they called the collection churches was a major force in the confederacy they had Kaplan then they they they had a whole ideology that that god was on their side god supported slavery and and see the slave owners in the south so again that that belief system didn't entirely go away and when you get to the civil rights movement in the nineteen sixties there's a moment of crisis when the federal government is enforcing the supreme court's rulings on school integration and these communities in these churches in the south said we don't accept it were forming our own schools will be all white they were called segregation academies and then the federal government said we can't we can't tax exempt if you're segregated so that was really where a lot of the energy of this movement came from its like the federal government can't tell us what to do we will find ways around it we will battle the IRS we will battle integration and and the southern Baptist church became much more politicized from the sixties leading on into the eighties and now you see a large number of their leadership involved not just in this movement but it is whole idea of supporting trump as he dismantles the federal government and appointed judges from their list of approved candidates and the council of national policy makes it very easy for them as as you say in the book they have recruited tens of thousands of pastors inviting them on junkets writing sermons full them to download who do seem church bulletin inserts delivery in I'm having a problem again reading and writing but it new voters massive effort got so so yeah don't talk about that yeah and this is an effort that's been going on for several decades one of the leaders and and architects of this campaign is a member of the council for national policy named Ralph reed here and so he's he has organized groups they're they're kind of coalitions of organizations that interact with the pastors and with the church as I was mentioning the whole propaganda campaign around abortion earlier for example and one thing that they've done is create animations like like cartoon films that have drawings of an abortionist pulling at a baby apart limb by any their projected in the church sanctuary okay and of course is there they're all they're very disturbing as they are intended to be and then you call you you you join that up with the sermon that's downloaded from the website and the voter guide that in the church bulletin and the radio stations that surround people as they drive home and there's a whole kind of cultural association and of course you don't have to change many votes in the state the state right Hillary Clinton lost the electoral college by fewer than a hundred thousand votes in three states Pennsylvania Wisconsin and Michigan and she won the popular election by three million yeah so the numbers you know if if you know how to target those voters those small numbers can be disproportionately powerful and that's something will the Democrats have failed for example Hillary Clinton and didn't come to Wisconsin and also called is Seve senator nowadays he's supporting the sighting old F. thirty five planes right here in the city and and is taking out there actions that I think men to get those who haven't voted for him to to do so because we don't have either or no one is running against the flow of the left and and they keep doing these things and and of course people end up not voting Ole Ole voting against them talk about that briefly because those a few other things that money still covered sure sure well and I was very happy for the opportunity to come to the Wisconsin books festival in Madison in October that is so great to be there and talk to people about Wisconsin which is really an incredibly important and fascinating state and one thing that I felt and I'm I have a little bias is a midwesterner here but I thought that the Democratic Party really neglected state level parties especially in the middle of the country and for me Wisconsin was exhibit a it wasn't just that Obama didn't common support the the public employees unions in a moment of crisis it wasn't just that Hillary didn't come to to campaign there I've also been told that the the Wisconsin Democratic Party didn't even have campaign literature to hand out door to door two thousand sixteen from the National Committee that they didn't have money for offices so whereas the Cole brothers in the devices in this big machine is pouring money into their grassroots campaigning canvassing the Democrats had been starving certain states now I have to say that what I've heard since then is that things have changed in Wisconsin and that the new leadership in the Wisconsin Democratic Party is dynamic and things may be looking up in terms of of their resources and I all I can say is that the the lead up to treat the twenty twenty elections is going to be quite a here rate rising roller coaster ride yeah well it's true I think about the new leadership except that they can't do anything because the redistricting and gerrymandering the was dreamed up by the council for national policy made these so the we still.

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"dr seeker" Discussed on 760 KFMB Radio

760 KFMB Radio

03:57 min | 1 year ago

"dr seeker" Discussed on 760 KFMB Radio

"Town of Ramona the board voted for two zero to acquire one hundred twenty three acres for the Ramona. Grasslands preserve in sports, the Padres lose to the Philadelphia Phillies yesterday seven to five right? How skies are cloudy at sixty one degrees at Lindbergh field. I'm Cindy, Burkey, AM seven sixty K FM, be talk and breaking news, Texas and surrounding states continue to get hit hard with flooding and there is more severe weather today tracking that is Accu weather dot com meteorologist Heather zehr. That's still going to be the main focus of unsettled, an inclement weather, we are going to have some rainfall to start the day in eastern England and down along the mid Atlantic coast. We also have some showers and thunderstorms that aren't going to be bringing heavy rainfall and flooding. But we'll be persistent from West Virginia back along the Ohio river. And intimacy URI and parts of Kansas. It'll even reach back into portions of Colorado, we also do have some storms that are going to be firing up in the north west mainly over eastern parts of Oregon, and Washington, and across Idaho and into western Montana. Those areas, we'll have a mainly afternoon shower thunderstorm, the main focus, though, for bad weather is still going to be from far east, Texas across Louisiana, intimacy city and up into Arkansas, two to four inches of rain is likely in those areas over the next couple of days with this very slow moving system, still moving through Houston had two and a half inches of rain yesterday. And there's a possibility that areas to the west of there and perhaps as close as Houston, we'll be able to get some severe weather just on the western southern side of this system. There will be severe storms possible for the afternoon and into the evening, damaging winds and large hail aren't going to be possible. There's also a chance at the leading edge of this storm system. Across eastern, Louisiana and southern Mississippi that there could be a tornado that's the nation's weather AccuWeather dot com meteorologist Heather zehr. Newsweek news, concert venue, outside Detroit, now has the official address of thirty three Bob Seger. Dr seeker was present yesterday for the unveiling at DT energy music theater. The Dave Matthews band has been named n environmental goodwill ambassador for their record in environmental causes twenty three before the hour coming up, Brad Pitt and Tommy Lee Jones in a new movie that on the Hollywood minute I this is America in the morning. I'm John trout. Seventy five years ago. Today, thousands of US soldiers, invaded Normandy, France in the largest amphibious military invasion in history. More than two million allied soldiers, sailors pilots, medics, and other people from a dozen countries were involved in the overall operation D day. Our Jim Roope is near the infamous battle site. It was code named operation overlord was pretty immature at eighteen and I had a big fear of death is a little boy. George Champa was forced to face his fear. The morning of June sixth, nineteen forty four one of some seventy three thousand US soldiers to invade Normandy, we were attached to the, the first brigade. Combat engineers. It was petrified. Bodies in the water tank, a tanker blow up. Bodies and debris. You can't imagine here at the American cemetery Omaha beach in Normandy, where nine thousand three hundred eighty eight American soldiers buried three hundred seven of them unknown and on a memorial wall, one thousand five hundred fifty seven names of soldiers whose bodies were never recovered. The buried here is thirty two percent of American military deaths in World War. Two families of these soldiers were given the option of having their bodies repatriated at the US government's expense, but cemetery superintendents got to Jordan's tells us the families of these soldiers, one of them interred in a place that.

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"dr seeker" Discussed on KOMO

KOMO

02:04 min | 1 year ago

"dr seeker" Discussed on KOMO

"Texas across Louisiana, intimacy sippy and up into Arkansas. Saw two to four inches of rain is likely in those areas over the next couple of days with this very slow moving system, still moving through Houston had two and a half inches of rain yesterday. And there's a possibility that areas to the west of there, and perhaps as close as Houston will be able to get some severe weather just on the western and southern side of this system. There will be severe storms possible for this afternoon and into the evening, damaging winds and large hail are going to be possible. There's also a chance at the leading edge of this storm system across eastern, Louisiana and southern Mississippi that there could be a tornado that's the nation's weather. I'm AccuWeather dot com meteorologist Heather zehr. Music news, a concert venue, outside Detroit now has the official address of thirty three Bob Seger. Dr seeker was present yesterday for the unveiling DT energy music theater. The Dave Matthews band has been named u n environmental goodwill ambassador for their record in environmental. Causes twenty three before the hour coming up, Brad Pitt and Tommy Lee Jones in a new movie that on the Hollywood minute I this is America in the morning. I'm John trout. Seventy five years ago, today thousands of us soldiers invaded Normandy, France and the largest amphibious military invasion in history. More than two million allied soldiers, sailors pilots, medics, and other people from a dozen countries were involved in the overall operation d day. Our Jim Roope is near the infamous battle site. It was code named operation overlord, those pretty immaturity, teen, I had a big fear of death is a little Boy, George Giampa was forced to face his fear. The morning of June six nine hundred forty four one of some seventy three thousand US soldiers to invade Normandy, we were attached to the first brigade. Combat engineers. I it was petrifying bodies in the water, I saw tank..

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"dr seeker" Discussed on News-Talk 1400 The Patriot

News-Talk 1400 The Patriot

01:48 min | 2 years ago

"dr seeker" Discussed on News-Talk 1400 The Patriot

"Border had no visibility uh uh uh and to the fact that the individual has days in the last twenty four hours gone to two or three different places to get a prescription in filled a prescription that happens and then he did in new jersey where i live the two doctors that are identical twins i mean you'd literally cannot tell the difference between the me if you look really hard so one of these dr seekers went to one hospital and got rejected and then went to another in another county or maybe even as not that was over the border into new york state and his brother was working there any walked in august wait a minute you work at this hospital two and a guys like it at a big fairly adam before so that that's that that's one good a solution or no question i believe there i the hospital i worked in because i still practice though hospital i worked in in indianapolis uh with the local county hospital eskenazi health and up folks would leave that hospital in walk across the street to the a um to the veterans administration hospital how and and dr shop so we've got to do a better job of getting folks to check these prescription drug monitoring programmes in the president is completely behind that in a surgeon general so am i and ii question uh from dr to realize how successful do you think non opioid medications can be for acute and chronic pain uh without that's a great question to and their success is going to be one hundred percent dependent on on clinicians knowledge about them we've got to do a better job of educating doctors nurses pharmacists in regards to alternative to opio with and then also we got to pay for them you know at the end of the day as long as long as the easiest thing for a on position to do is to write a prescription for opd them as long as that the the lowest co pay that the patients going to have uh in terms of pain management options we're going to continue to see overprescribing but if we help arm our clinicians with with.

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"dr seeker" Discussed on WGTK

WGTK

01:37 min | 2 years ago

"dr seeker" Discussed on WGTK

"One the surgeon general do you support other policy changes such as increased use of prescription drug monitoring programmes to curb the rate of inappropriate opioid use absolutely inept one of the things we're going to talk about today on the panel we need to make sure everyone checking the prescription drugs monitoring program so that both can't dr shot i get came here from indiana and what is dr sav i know what it is the way you explain it for the people absolutely well i came here from indiana and my uh my inlaws live uh just a few miles away from ohio who dr shopping is when a patient goethe at one pharmacy in indiana and get the prescription and then go across the border to ohio and gets another prescription and uh the the pharmacist in the positions on both sides of the border have no visibility uh uh uh in to the fact that the individual have in the last twenty four hours gone to two or three different places to get a prescription and build a prescription that happens in in in in new jersey where i live the durtoux doctors that are identical twins mean you've literally cannot tell the difference between the me if you look really hard so one of these dr seekers went to one hospital and got rejected and then went to another and another county or maybe even was not know is over the border into new york state and his brother was working there any walked in the us wait a minute you work at this hospital to and the guys like at its peak as unfairly adam before so that that's that that's one good a solution or no question i believe that i the hospital i worked in because i still practice though hospital i worked in indianapolis uh with the local county hospital eskenazi health and up folks would leave that hospital in walk across the street to the be a um.

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"dr seeker" Discussed on Disruption

Disruption

01:42 min | 3 years ago

"dr seeker" Discussed on Disruption

"And but i like i just like the feeling of you know going through that part at the end where it looks like they're gonna take you through the crash test near whipping through the through the the the loops at sixty five miles an hour my stomach doesn't agree with like a lotta roller coasters ago upside down and stuff like that agenda feeling sick i don't feel i don't like the feeling of it but that is just lake st speed at sixty five miles an hour and i'm i'm like all for that so just roll down windows my t two zero story greg it'll be great yard i trust the by trust the seat belts in the test track vehicle bore that your car without the air bags i there then baghdad saturday snow so what's yours gosh i have to her part because like okay breeze can really brief is down now riots the animal kingdom the best tried they're by far is dinosaur it's simulated bribery you're in the dark and degrees recent like is because it tells the story about a stick in the mud dr that tries to stop dr seeker for dr secret loves that he sent you back in time to where your attacked by a carnage so everyone in animal kingdom i think in magic kingdom murphy one is of light years on young like them with epcot i gosh young heavy on all of them suck it up no look at just up that's fair.

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